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gas well

[′gas ‚wel]
(petroleum engineering)
A well drilled for extraction of natural gas from a gas reservoir.
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Wells other than shale gas wells with gas-to-oil ratios of 6,000 cubic feet per barrel or more
7 million dollars in additional revenue per year for 1,000 gas wells.
He further said that drilling of 110 gas wells in one year was impossible but government's determination is a good sign regarding this.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drilling oil and gas wells for others on a contract or fee basis.
The Company solicits and acquires from accredited and institutional investors, the capital necessary to lease, develop, and complete oil and gas wells.
Stroud has drilled wells in practically every environment on Earth from oil and natural gas wells in the United States to Geothermal wells in the jungles of Asia and Africa.
The Company has signed Letters of Intent to acquire 20 miles of pipeline, tap into the main Southern Star Line, 45 gas wells, and 38,277 acres of petroleum leases, located in Bourbon, Crawford & Neosho counties in South East Kansas, located in the Cherokee Basin.
The acquisition, which is part of the well-known Cherokee Basin, includes five gas wells, and would bring the company's total holdings in Kansas to 39,433 acres.
a Kentucky corporation, to drill up to 24 gas wells (see news release dated April 18, 2006).
We are reviewing an AFE to work-over the four (4) shut-in oil and gas wells, and expect work on the lease to begin within the next thirty (30) days," stated Avalon's CEO, Kent Rodriguez.
com) has signed a term sheet with a private oil and gas company to drill initially 4 gas wells in Kentucky, with an option to drill an additional 20 wells over an 18 month period.